On the Windows 10 Lock Screen, you can have either a picture or a slide show. If you would like to have a solid background, there is no option for this.
Here is what you need to do:
Click on the Start Menu and then type
Choose "Lock screen settings"
Make sure that under "Background" you have chosen "Picture"
Under the pictures, choose "Browse"
Browse to C: > Windows > Web > Screen
Choose the blue solid picture (this is called "img105.jpg" on my machine).
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After I had done some changes in Windows 10 to make it faster and less "chatty" to Microsoft (switch off Telemetry, switch off error reporting etc.) I could not use search any more. Symptoms were:
Can't type into Cortana search field
Can't type to search in Start Menu
Can't type to search in Win 10 App Store
Can't type in taskbar search
Can't type in Settings search
There are lots people with the same or similar issues as can be seen from a simple Internet search "win 10 taskbar Read more [...]
I had an iPad that was bricked and i brought it into Recovery Mode to Factory Reset it:
Disconnect the USB cable from your iPad, but leave the other side connected to your Mac or PC
Press and hold down the Home and Sleep/Power button on the top of the iPad to turn off the iPad
Press and continue to hold the Home button while you reconnect the USB cable to your iPhone, this will cause the iPad to turn on
Continue to hold the Home button until an alert message in iTunes Read more [...]
Windows 10 comes with a search icon (a magnifying glass) in the taskbar. If you don't use that (as you can search by clicking on the Windows (Start Menu) icon), you can get rid of it as follows:
- Right-click on a free spot in the taskbar.
- Hover over "Cortana" and the click "Hidden".
- That's it.
If you have disabled Cortana, the menu sequence is "Search" > "Hidden".
Sometimes it is faster to access Control Panel items via command line than clicking and searching in the UI. To use a command, just press <Windows-Key>-R, which will open the Run window. Then just type the command and press <Enter>.
For the .cpl files, the "control" command can even be left out, so that is even less to type.
Control Panel Applet
control /name Microsoft.ActionCenter
control Read more [...]